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www.outilsobdfacile.com/...plug-connector-obd/Suzuki-grand-vitara-2 Easily find where your OBD2 port / connector is located in Suzuki Grand Vitara (1997 - 2005) ... OBD connector location for Suzuki Grand Vitara (1997 - 2005).
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The check engine light is because all check engine light codes are caused by components that affect emissions. It's not actually an engine problem, it's a problem with either your O2 sensor, MAF sensor, fuel/air ratio, pyrometer, or exhaust.
Hello r murray: My name is Roger and I will help you. The correct adjustment for the 1.6 DOHC engine is as follows. Engine cold intake valve setting is (0.13-0.17mm) exhaust valve setting is (.23-0.27mm). Engine warmed up the valve settings are intake valves (0.17-0.21mm) exhaust valve settings are (0.28-0.32mm). Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
Take the car to an autoparts store and have them scan the computer for any fault codes stored. The check engine light is to alert you that the computer has noted a fault in one of the car's systems. Getting the codes will show what the computer has noted and curb the need for speculation. Most parts stores will perform the scan for free. Hope this helped and best wishes.
Lift the back of your car.With a stable rest and with the two hind wheels hanging, run your car up to the speed where you experienced vibration. have someone take care of the throttle and shifting while you observe the transmission shaft. You may have an imbalanced shaft.